Performing a factory reset will wipe your device of all personal information, apps, games, settings, and files. Whether you want to start over or hand your device off to another user, you can follow these simple steps.
There are things that BlackBerry 10 has built in that those moving to the Priv are rightly nervous about losing. What seems a little to one person is a lot to another. Bedside Mode is one of those things. Android doesn't have it, but you can get pretty close as one forums member describes.
One thing BlackBerry is loved for is its productivity credentials. One of the nifty features brought to Android with the BlackBerry Priv is the Productivity Tab, an at a glance view of some of the most important information in your day. Here's how you set it up and make it work for you.
BlackBerry added a great feature to the Priv over regular Android that allows you to continue to use widgets on the phone but completely change how they look and how you interact with them. It's really nifty and here's how you use it.
One of the few visual changes BlackBerry made to the user interface on the Priv over stock Android was to the recent apps view. Not everyone will be a fan but fortunately it's also really easy to change for a different look. Here's how.
The BlackBerry Priv has a pretty awesome hardware keyboard and its probably something you're going to use a lot. One neat trick is that you can just start typing and immediately use Device Search. Here's how.
The BlackBerry Priv is going to introduce a good many people to Android, and we're here to help guide you along the way. You'll eventually see talk online about things you can set in the developer options on your new Priv, so here's a handy guide to enabling them.